The Education Committee takes evidence for its inquiry into Personal, Social, Health and Economic education (PSHE) and Sex and Relationships Education (SRE) in schools.
Wednesday 19 November 2014. Venue: TBC
- Philip Robinson, Religious Education Adviser, Catholic Education Service
- Kate Persaud, Head of Citizenship, Fairlands Middle School
- Yusuf Patel, Founder, SRE Islamic
- Gillian Allcroft, Policy Manager, National Governors’ Association
- Alan Wood CBE, President, Association of Directors of Children’s Services, and Corporate Director of Children’s Services, London Borough of Hackney
- Lauriane Povey, Author, Veil of Anonymity
- Dr Zoe Hilton, Head of Safeguarding and Child Protection, Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command, National Crime Agency
- Eleanor Moody, Advocacy Manager, Girlguiding
Purpose of the session
This is the third session of the PSHE and SRE inquiry, with one panel focused on sex and relationships education in a faith context and the role of parents and governors.
A second panel explores how PSHE and SRE are used to tackle safeguarding and child protection issues, and more modern phenomena such as cyberbullying and 'sexting'.